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Research Seminars: Graduate Student Colloquium

Fall 2020

Time & Location: All talks are on Tuesdays at 5:00 PM unless otherwise noted.
Organizer: Houser, Hayden

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September 29

 

Title: An Introduction to Lie Groups from a Geometric Perspective
 

Fernando Morera | Tulane University
Abstract:
Throughout this talk I am going to build a naive path from differential geometry to the definition of a Lie group. I will provide several examples as well as an intuition behind foundational definitions and propositions.

Zoom ID: 921 8978 2555

 

September 22

Title: So... everything is a signal?
 

Sergio Villamarin | Tulane University
Abstract:
In this very introductory talk I'll go over classical signal processing from a math perspective, I'll try to present some of the technical terms that show up and explain their importance from a mathematical perspective.  Finally, I'll illustrate an application of some signal processing tools in seismology and some cute graphs from a current project I have been working at.

Zoom ID: 921 8978 2555

 

September 29

Title: An Introduction to Lie Groups from a Geometric Perspective
 

Fernando Morera | Tulane University
Abstract:
Throughout this talk I am going to build a naive path from differential geometry to the definition of a Lie group. I will provide several examples as well as an intuition behind foundational definitions and propositions.

Zoom ID: 921 8978 2555

 

October 6

Title: What's Your Communication Style? Communicating Mathematics

Will Tran | Tulane University
Abstract:
In this interactive math-adjacent leadership training activity, we will assess and evaluate your personal communication style. We will see applications of communication style when communicating mathematics. Finally, we will learn about how to flex our communication style to get what we want when working with students, other T.A.s, and professors.

Zoom ID: 921 8978 2555

 

October 13

Title: Expected Sum Negativity Over Random Quantum States

Victor Bankston | Tulane University
Abstract:

The Sum Negativity is a property of a quantum state, which can be considered as a computational resource. We calculate the expected value of the Sum Negativity over random quantum states, drawn from the unique distribution on pure states which is invariant under unitary transformations.

Zoom ID: 921 8978 2555